Without a doubt.
Type: Posts; User: The_Hamster
Without a doubt.
Where about are you located in AB?
If I recall correctly (and it's been awhile), I think the original key-code is on the drivers door handle somewhere.
My E39 has been very solid. Thus far the fuel door lock actuator has failed, a bracket for the rear sway bar, and I have an oil leak somewhere that smells briefly each morning that I need to look...
Leaving an update of my results.
I replaced the downstream sensor with an NTK, as the OE Bosch only seemed to last 107,000 km's (less than 70k miles).
Install involves removing the right side...
I've got the same code and it keeps coming back. Did anybody get anywhere with this?
Help you with what?
Post your questions here.
I drove one of these last week at a used car dealer. It had issues (smoked, clutch engaged 1/2" off the floor, low power, bad wheel bearing sounds) and they wanted big money for it.
For diesel engines the Mercedes 2.1 Twin turbo found in things like the GLK250 is a great engine. Small turbo for low lag then switches to a bigger turbo shortly thereafter. Makes about 200hp and...
Not sure if right or wrong. ...
The spark plug - you should be able to just unscrew the little cap on top to get to the threaded part like your old plug.
Goodwill likely will just recycle it. It's worth nothing.
That's the case around here as well. You have to be a jerk to drive a Dodge.
Had that on mine, was more raggy looking through. Guy at the dealer claimed it was from shipping when new. Not sure I buy that but he had his 'detail guy' fix it up.
IMO along with the E39 and E38 they are the high watermark of BMW design thus far.
No. The light is triggered by miles driven, not the output of the sensor. If you follow the speedometer cable up behind the coolant tank area you will find a box with a button on it. That button...
They were(are) not great. Though not too common anymore. MK3 rust + least desirable model = early into scrap yard. Also have solid 9.4 discs as OEM as I recall.
If you are certain about the Cam timing, and given it was wrong once already I would check it again, then are the other basics in order?
Ignition timing correct and all components in good order?...
Envious of the car and time you have to put into it. Enjoy.